The CMS Quality Payment Program (QPP) is a mishmash of complex measures, scoring, and acronyms (like QPP, MIPS, CEHRT). Confusion is perhaps the only constant when talking about maximizing performance in this ever-evolving program. One element which requires attention by virtue of how CMS “labels” the item is CEHRT, the acronym for Certified Electronic Health Record Technology. CEHRT was a designation assigned to certain electronic medical or health record (EMR/EHR) platforms meeting government-defined criteria. Not all EMR/EHR products are CEHRT.
Patient360 prices will be increasing on November 17, 2017. You have an opportunity to get in on the last few weeks of 2017 pricing.... Don't worry, they aren't going up by much, but why not get in at the lower pricing now?!?
Patient360 QCDR prices will bump up to $449. Signing up with Patient360 as your CMS Qualified registry means you can count on us to submit your data to CMS. SIGN UP NOW!
Welcome back! We had a very long, very intense month regarding Opiates and their effects on people both from use, and lack of use.
I would like to thank our Guest DO, Dr. Jorgensen at Patient360 for his well thought out blog and responses. Your insight has helped a lot of our readers. Thank you to our community bloggers for their ability to be vulnerable in the face of painful memories. You made a difference. Don’t ever stop telling your truth.
2017 Patient360 MIPS prices will be increasing effective November 17th. You have an opportunity to get in on the last few weeks of 2017 pricing.... Don't worry, they aren't going up by much, but why not get in at the lower pricing now?!?
Patient360 MIPS prices will bump up to $349. Signing up with Patient360 as your CMS Qualified registry means you can count on us to submit your data to CMS. SIGN UP NOW!
This is Part IV in a series on Opiates: Are There Any Good Answers? Last week, we visited with a mom who lost her only child to an accidental overdose.We can all agree this was hard to read, but a necessary part of our series. This week, we change direction a bit, and we hear from a lady who has horrific pain issues, but due to the current Opiate crisis, can no longer get pain medication. Many of our readers have written to us,
It sounds like it might be too good to be true, but Group Reporting under the Quality Payment Program is an important thing to understand. Under the QPP and the MIPS program, in 2017, any practice with more than 2 providers can use group reporting by submitting data on JUST TWO PROVIDERS! If you have 10, 30 or even 100+ providers under your TIN, successfully reporting on just two (in their specialities) can avoid a penalty and potentially result in a partial or full bonus.
A Mother’s Love – Part III in a series on Opiates: Are There Any Good Answers? Welcome back! This is Part III in a series on Opiates: Are there any good answers? If you recall, last week we were riveted by a young man’s story of addiction, and his slow slide into suicidal ideation. This week, we visit with a mother who lost her child to an accidental overdose. Let’s hear what she has to say about the subject matter…
Welcome back! This is Part II in a series on Opiates: Are There Any Good Answers? Last week, we heard from a professional, Dr. Jorgensen. He gave us some good things to think about, didn’t he? This week, we visit with a young man who has actually experienced addiction. Let’s see what he has to say about Opiates, and you will find Dr. Jorgensen’s response to this blog at the end of Will’s journey…